Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Thrust"

The meaning of "Thrust" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to be thrust on an island mean?
A: trust deeply
Q: What does thrust mean?
A: she pushed/agressively gave the money.
Q: What does to thrust mean?
A: its when you suddenly push violently or hard on something in a certain direction
Q: What does ( thrust out ) mean?
A: To thrust out is to pull out violently

Example sentences using "Thrust"

Q: Please show me example sentences with thrust as of in the following sentence "the thrust of the argument".
A: The thrust of the argument would be the "main point" or "essence" of the argument. "The thrust of the argument is that fossil fuels contribute to warming of the earth." Every part of the argument depends on that "main point." However, my friend agrees with me that the "thrust of the argument" is a bit unnatural to say here. Some other synonyms might also be "central point" or "core" of the argument. A very natural thing to say in such a debate would be "The heart of the matter is that fossil fuels contribute to warming of the earth."
Q: Please show me example sentences with thrust.
A: I thrust you Do you thrust me? Let’s thrust each other
Q: Please show me example sentences with thrust .
A: The plane can fly due to thrust lifting it up
Q: Please show me example sentences with thrust.
A: I thrust the knife into the tree to carve my initials. The plane did not have enough thrust to take off. I thrusted off the ground trying to jump over the wall. A heavy thrust of wind blew my gate off my head. Basically a thrust is something pulling it pushing with force

Synonyms of "Thrust" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between thrust and push ?
A: A thrust is a fast forward movement.A push is forward movement, can be slow, too.
Q: What is the difference between thrust and press ?
A: thrust is to push suddenly or violently and press is to carefully apply pressure
Q: What is the difference between thrust and shove and jostle ?
A: Thrust: pushing something forward, normally an object. It can have an aggressive meaning. You thrust a sword. If a person is thrust into a situation they are thrown into it unwillingly. Shove: also pushing forward, but used for people mostly. You shove people out of the way. If you shove your keys into your purse it means you put them in there fast. There isn't the same aggressiveness as when using thrust. If a person is pushed physically they are shoved. If a person is thrust into something, it is typically into a bad situation or into doing something they don't want to. Jostle: if you are jostled you can be pushed in a number of directions, not just forward. It normally isn't a big push either. Jostle can be used for objects or people. An earthquake could jostle the items in your kitchen. Or people could be jostled in a crowded place.
Q: What is the difference between "thrust" and "propulsion" ?
A: Thrust is the force that causes propulsion, and propulsion is the action of driving or pushing forward. So with an object, thrust is the cause and propulsion is the effect.

Translations of "Thrust"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? thrust , thrive how to pronounce these word
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Other questions about "Thrust"

Q: "she would thrust past the people in the queue to get to the till" correct me if needed please. thanks!!!! does this sound natural?
A: “She would push past the queue to reach the till.” The “queue” IS the people, so it is not necessary to include the word “people”.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce thrust.
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Q: He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts does this sound natural?
A: Here is an American accent:
Q: soak, thrust does this sound natural?
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